Minnesotans should be able to use their standard driver’s license or identification cards for domestic air travel or access to federal facilities until 2020 since the state is on-track to issue REAL ID-compliant cards later this year.
Wherever you go in our state, you’ll find nationally-recognized parks and trails; exceptional public schools and colleges; fertile land for farmers to grow crops; and special places like museums and the performing arts, where we gather as a community to celebrate our culture and history
Senator Erik Simonson (DFL-Duluth) on Thursday voted against the Senate Republican tax plan (Senate File 3982), which won approval on a party-line vote.
It was heartwarming to observe the dozens of supporters of the Lake Links Trail project who attended the recent Senate Capital Investment Committee hearing on Senate Bill 3957.
The Republican tax bill passed the Minnesota Senate today on a party-line vote of 34 to 32. Senate DFL Caucus Leader Tom Bakk, DFL-Cook, released the following statement.
Senate Republicans finally released their plan to conform to federal tax change this week – just 20 days before session is required to adjourn. There are many points of agreement in the bill, including a policy that breaks the link between state and federal tax code in order to retain most of the state deductions […] Read more